|Broadcast area||Kirkland, Washington|
|Power||5,000 watts daytime
2500 watts nighttime
|Former callsigns||KGAA (to 1984)|
|Owner||Family Stations Inc.|
The station was once KGAA, a country music station owned by Monroe Broadcasting, a Spokane-based company that also owned that city's country station, KGA. The station would be sold off in 1979 to Community Communications of Gresham, Oregon. The station would change its calls to KARR in 1984, and would later become a station owned by Family Radio.